After a decade of rapid advance nanotechnology is now poised to play a central role in fields as diverse as climate change and health care. But there is a danger that a shortage or underuse of facilities for probing nanoscale materials and structures will present a roadblock.
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Better coordination of these big facilities at national and European level and the creation of networks to provide open access,...
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